Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Guest Post: Lena of Lena B Actually


Whilst i'm away on a family trip to wonderful (if not slightly wet & windy) Cornwall, i am handing the blog over to some amazing ladies/friends. To each i asked the same thing;


What is your go-to item this Autumn?
Today i present you my fantastic co-host of our blog hop Passion For Fashion, 
Lena of Lena B Actually
What is my go-to fall item?
Tights & dresses, of course!
More often than not, it's colored or patterned tights with a really bright or quirky-printed dress!

Most people in town think only I can pull off this look, but really... it's such an easy way to feel ''dressed up'' without having to fuss too much.  I think more people around here should give it a whirl! With 2 little kids to get ready in the morning, and a full-time office job to get to on time, I need a way to express myself through fashion with minimal effort.



What are you most comfortable in?  Jeans & a tee, dresses, stilettos or flats?
I love seeing everyone's personal style and adore when someone has a ''signature look'' that is hard to miss!

Thanks Rachel for inviting me to invade your wonderful space today!
I hope you'll all join me over at Lena B, Actually!



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7 comments

  1. Love the orange dress! I'm most comfortable in my dungarees, despite the hubby having a spontaneous hoedown everytime he walks past me.

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  2. Great post from Lena! I really love your style, and I adore the shoes in every outfit! ❤️

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  3. I love Lena. And I agree with her - I feel so much better when I take the effort to "dress up" and if you wear a dress, it's faster than separates anyway!

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  4. Great post Lena! Huge fan of tights and cute dresses <3 xx

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  5. Thanks everyone! And thanks Rachel for letting me hang out here for a little while! ;)

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  6. Lena always looks amazing, love the coloured tights :)) xx

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